Oscar and Annie’s engagement session was a blend of moody aesthetics and documentary-style storytelling, capturing their love in an authentic and candid light. The session unfolded against the backdrop of Chicago’s cityscape.
The moody and documentary-style approach lent an air of intimacy and authenticity to the engagement session. With an emphasis on candid moments and genuine emotions, the couple’s love story was captured in its rawest form.
The session started at the iconic Art Institute, setting the stage for their love to unfold against the city’s artistic charm. We stopped at several locations that resonated with their story.
Transitioning from the Art Institute, Oscar and Annie’s engagement session led them to Bar Pendry. The vintage-inspired atmosphere indoors provided a striking contrast to the city’s energy. Then we moved to our next location. In front of the Tribune Tower, their love was captured against the historic architecture. The documentary approach allowed their emotions to take center stage, creating a visual narrative that felt nostalgic and genuine.
The session ended at a subway station, an everyday setting that added an element of realism to their gallery. Candid moments captured Oscar and Annie’s interactions as they navigated the bustling city together. The moodiness and documentary style approach is what I truly focused on for this engagement session.
Oscar and Annie’s engagement session was a true reflection of their unique love story. The moody, documentary-style approach captured their emotions in a candid light, providing a glimpse into their journey. From iconic locations to the subway station, each frame was a snapshot of their connection and the city that witnessed their love.
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